The project #airedeturner at Turner Contemporary coincided with the exhibition Risk and pushed everyone to the limit technically as we are all learning about the advantages and problems using Periscope to enlarge the audience by making an invitation to participate from anywhere in the world that has phone or WiFi coverage.
Periscope is a recent social media phenomena that suggests we are living in a future already imagined. In the most ambitious exploration of the aesthetic possibilities of the mobile App; Turner Contemporary became a surfing zone between global artists in diverse latitudes, drawn together in a boundary defining series of live performances, interviews for smartphones, intimate chat and dialogues on the topic of Risk.
On site at Turner Contemporary participants included artist Jon Adams, artist and performer Kimbal Bumstead, artist Tony Heaton, artist Hiromi Nakajima, artist Tatsumi Orimoto, curator Turner Contemporary Fiona Parry, Turner Contemporary Direc- tor Victoria Pomery, artist Ruth Proctor, curator Yasmina Raggad, the artist agency director Mark Segal, theatre practitioner Alina Serban, writer Iain Sinclair, poet Simon Smith, artist Terry Smith, writer Jean Wainwright, writer and curator Mark Waugh, writer Tony White.
On the road participants via Periscope were artist Felicity Allen, curator David A Bailey, artist Robin Deacon, curator Blanca De La Torre, curator Lina Dzuverovic, artist FakeRichardPrince, insurance assessor Mark Gibson, artist Sanja Ivekovic, artist Thais Lenkiewicz, photographer Eric Lesdema, artist Sheena Rose, curator JW Stella, LGBTIQ Youth Reporters Siyasiza, curator and writer Jennifer Thatcher, writer and performer Sophie Woolley, artist curator Jen Wu, artist Ala Younis.
Curated by Venice Agendas and Waugh Office in collaboration with Turner Contemporary.
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